Your Vagina Reveals the Best Time to Conceive
For women who are trying to get pregnant, charting your cycle and when ovulation will occur is easy-if you know what ‘signs’ to look for. “If you have a regular 28-day cycle, with day one being the first day of your period, you’ll usually ovulate on or around day 14,” Dr. Dweck says. “Just before ovulation, more cervical mucus is produced and a clear, slippery, and stretchy vaginal discharge (think raw egg white) is obvious.” Plus, your sex drive may soar at this time. Voila! The vagina lets you know when it’s time to attempt-or prevent-pregnancy.